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Her Last Breath

Davidson draws readers in through Deirdre’s quest for justice for her sister and keeps them engaged by detailing the downfall of a corrupt family business. Readers who enjoy domestic suspense will appreciate Davidson’s surprising spin on family drama.


Dress in the Age of Jane Austen: Regency Fashion

With beautiful images of clothing, fashion plates, prints, and paintings, this is recommended for readers interested in the fashion and material culture of this period.

One Small Sacrifice

Fans of Karin Slaughter, Tana French, and Lisa Gardner will devour this new police procedural, which boasts a strong female detective and an intriguing antagonist. Sheryn will draw in readers, and Davidson's (Blood Always Tells) complex storytelling will keep them wanting more.

Blood Always Tells

Recommended for mystery fans who appreciate quirky tales of revenge and family drama. [See also Davidson's Mystery BackTalk essay "A Genre's Woman Problem," LJ 12/13, p. 72.—Ed.]

Evil in All Its Disguises

Anthony Award winner Davidson briskly launches into this twisting tale, and readers will have no choice but to follow, as they will seek the answers right along with Lily. The third book in this series (after The Next One To Fall) brings Lily face to face with friends, foes, and those who are both. Series fans will enjoy. [See Prepub Alert, 10/8/12.]

The Next One To Fall

Davidson's follow-up to her Anthony Award-winning debut (The Damage Done) will leave you breathless, and not just because of the Andes' high altitude. Her determined young travel writer propels the exciting plot like a rocket. Think Jamie Freveletti's thrillers (Running from the Devil) for no-holds-barred action and the single-mindedness of the protagonist.

The Damage Done

Making a notable fiction debut, travel journalist Davidson has written an intriguing psychological mystery with a fully drawn protagonist who is surrounded by real characters who either care for her or who want her to fit their idea of who she should be. Readers will eagerly await Davidson's next book.

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